Local action group wins first anti-social behaviour order
Isleworth man sentenced following threatening behaviour
The threatening behaviour of a 28-year-old Isleworth man has been successfully targeted by the Brentford Chiswick & Isleworth Anti-Social Behaviour Action Group.
The group was granted its first anti-social behaviour order against Mark Price by Feltham Magistrates Court on Thursday (1 April). The post-conviction order, which applies to the whole area of the London Borough of Hounslow, prohibits him from:
in a disorderly, threatening, abusive or insulting manner;
The latest order takes the total number of orders achieved by the borough’s three action groups to 11. On 3 March, an order was granted against 25-year-old Matthew Slate of Stanwell, for offences including drugs obstruction, theft and criminal damage. His order prohibits him from travelling in the front seat of any privately-owned motor vehicle in the borough; discarding hypodermic needles in public places; possessing items made or adapted to use crack cocaine; trespassing; giving false details to police; and entering any shop or retail outlet without the means to pay for any goods.
Also last month, the court dealt a two-year order against persistent shoplifter Davinder Singh Brar, of Southall, prohibiting the 33-year-old from entering central Hounslow and the Bull’s Bridge Business Park in Southall, and from entering any shop with an empty plastic or carry bag.
7 April 2004
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